About our Guest:
Leo Bogee served in Vietnam with the 1st Marine Division at Camp Pendleton and later in the U.S. Navy. Over his military career he was promoted to Master Chief.
About Today’s Episode:
Sometimes devastation takes place in a moment. At other times it is slow, it simmers and then expodes. In one sense it is rarely a surprise, if you look at the signs. Such is the case with most crises. Rest assured, in the aftermath over the next few years there will be a reeling of effects that come as a result of such moments. Some struggle with unimaginable loneliness and depression, a kind of PTSD. What are people to do? Today there are many who have suffered from the effects of war, and tragedy. Our guest, Leo Bogee, speaks from experience in the the very heart of the matter.